Round-Up: V.League halted, World Test Championship in doubt, Malaysia becomes AFC CL hub, and more

A general view inside Rod Laver Arena during the Women's Singles Final match between Naomi Osaka of Japan and Petra Kvitova of Czech Republic (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

Vietnamese football’s V.League 1 has postponed its next round of fixtures due to a Covid-19 flare-up in the country – VOV

The current edition of cricket’s World Test Championship may not be completed due to the interruption of the international cricket calendar by Covid-19 – Reuters/CNA

Malaysia has been appointed as the hub to host AFC Champions League Group G and Group H matches when the competition restarts in October – Reuters/CNA

The World Athletics Continental Tour Gold meeting in Nanjing, China this year has been cancelled – Xinhua

The 2021 Australian Open tennis grand slam will have reduced spectator numbers and will operate inside a bio-security bubble – Nine

Chinese Football Association president Chen Xuyuan warned that lapses in discipline surrounding the Chinese Super League’s Covid-19 control measures could end plans to finish the 2020 season. The warning came after Hebei China Fortune player Ricardo Goulart was reported to have mixed with fans without wearing a face mask last Friday – Xinhua

Tokyo Olympics venues have been opened up for use by local sports federations and the Japanese public – Reuters/CNA